When all infrastructure is gone, the depletion of all resources has happened, the masses are stealing, and the wind-swept urban landscape is nothing more than an unrealized sprawl of subsidized and stolen lands flush with carnage and trillions of tombstones, you'll wish you had buried one of these Atlas Survival Shelters in your backyard. Delivered by flat-bed semi-truck, the round corrugated pipe shelters, which get buried in solidarity by good, working folks 20-feet underground, are built by a small American company that has been making bomb shelters since the Cold War era. They're equipped with an air filtration system with Co2 air scrubbers, solar panels, blast door, sleeping quarters for you and your lady, kitchen, bathroom, and the all-important decontamination room. You also won't be trapped in case of intruders who are looking to make you bleed and beg thanks to a secret tunnel and escape hatch. The unstoppable fallout shelter won't be ripped, rusted, or in disrepair when you need it most. Which could be soon. Sad!
We spend more time sleeping than doing anything else. It's also more than a little important for your health. So while the price of the Hastens Vividus Bed is eye-popping, it might just be worth it. Each one is built to order by four master craftsmen in Köping, Sweden, and takes 320 hours to put together. The frame is built from northern Swedish pine, the springs from steel, and the layers of padding from flax, cotton, wool, and horsehair that's been braided by hand then unfurled, helping with both airflow and cushioning. The result is an heirloom-quality bed that's more than the sum of its parts.